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ArchiTECH – Designing for the future with smart home automation

9 Oct 2019 at 5:00 pm AWST

Free – $50
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Smart home automation has been around for twenty years but has failed to reach a mass market until now. Quantify aims to change that. The company has created easy to use, simple to install products that transform traditionally wired houses into smart homes. Their clever, cloud-configured solution allows all devices to be controlled via touch, app or voice enhancing the lives of users while simplifying and reducing costs for electricians, architects, homeowners and builders. This year the products will be appearing on 9Life’s Ready Set Reno in a home renovation in the WA regional town of Toodyay.

Brett Savill, the company’s CEO, will be presenting alongside award-winning interior designer and Ready Set Reno designer and presenter, Natalee Bowen. Natalee has over 20 years’ experience in the design industry and is best known for her unique and timeless Hamptons style designs. Natalee has been featured in magazines globally, across social media and TV programs, such as Ready Set Reno and Open Homes Australia. The presentation will focus on how to make smart home automation affordable and stylish in any home, how to add value to the property through technology and lessons from making the show.

Learning outcomes

Overarching theme: Integrating smart home automation into designs.

  • Understanding how smart home automation can look stylish in any home
  • What to look for and what to prioritise when choosing a smart home automation system for designs
  • How to integrate smart home automation into designs in an affordable way
  • An awareness of the benefits of smart home automation and how it can add value to properties
  • Key lessons around interior design for television
  • Discovering the Hamptons style.

ArchiTECH sessions run through the WA Chapter and provide a forum for architects to attend technical presentations on materials, products and specifications.

The ArchiTECH program strives to deliver an exhibition of product information in an educational and interesting format offering architects the opportunity to learn about new products from a select group of companies in one topical session.


Free for members
Non members: $50

This seminar is worth 2 formal CPD point on completion of the seminar activities.


9 Oct 2019
5:00 pm
Free – $50
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Australian Institute of Architects – WA Chapter
33 Broadway
Nedlands, WA 6009 Australia
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